Antonio Coleman…sheieeeet…he aint trippin

Auburn defensive end Antonio Coleman “ain’t trippin’ ” about being left off the all-SEC teams. Instead, it just gives him more motivation.

“That’s just motivation for me to come back next year and just show them that I should have been there,” said Coleman, just a sophomore, “but I don’t really buy into too much of that stuff.”

“I ain’t trippin” the carefree Mobile native added.

In just eight starts, Coleman finished the regular season leading the team in tackles for lost yardage and sacks. His seven sacks rank sixth in the SEC and his 17 tackles for loss put him at fourth in the conference.

Coleman filled in for Quentin Groves after the senior dislocated his toes midway through the season. Coleman was so good that coaches moved Groves to linebacker to keep Coleman on the field.

Groves made the coaches’ All-SEC second team and Associated Press All-SEC first team, while Coleman received nothing.

“Everybody watching TV, all of the fans in the stands, they know what I can do. So that’s what I look forward to,” Coleman said.

 If Quentin doesnt break the sack record you guys have my prediction now that he will….

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